Epsom College is 15 miles from London with easy access to Heathrow and Gatwick airports
By Road: The most direct route is via Junction 9 of the M25 Motorway, 3 miles away.
By Train: There is a regular train service from Victoria and Waterloo to Epsom mainline station with easy links to Sutton / Cheam / Dorking. There is a train from South Croydon / Purley / Kingswood to Tattenham Corner and from Wallington to Epsom Downs.
By Bus: 166 passes the College gates. The route includes: West Croydon / South Croydon / Coulsdon / Chipstead Valley / Woodmansterne / Banstead / Epsom.
Registration Fees (Non-Refundable):
UK Resident £100
Overseas Resident £150
Confirmation of Entry Fee:
Parents resident in UK: £3,000 (£2,000 of the Confirmation Fee will be offset against the first term's fees).
Parents resident overseas: £3,000 (£2,000 of the Confirmation Fee will be offset against the first term's fees). In addition, a further Fee Deposit of £8,000 will be payable by the start of the Summer Term prior to entry and will be offset against the first term's fees).
Termly Fees for Senior School 2018/19:
Full Boarding £12,421
Weekly Boarding £11,283
Day Pupils £8,422
Termly Fees for Lower School 2018/19:
Day Pupils £6,255
School fees are payable termly in advance, usually seven working days before the first day of term. The College encourages payment by Direct Debit, either termly or monthly. The monthly scheme provides a facility to spread payment of the annual fees in equal installments over 10 months.
These fees cover the normal cost of a pupil's education. Extras such as examination fees, music lessons, private tuition, field courses, certain CCF charges, theatre tickets, holiday trips, social events and some activities are charged termly. Stationery and books are provided, as is laundry for boarders.
School Fees in Advance Scheme
The College operates its own School Fees in Advance Scheme, which offers attractive returns and enables a parent, grandparents or anyone wishing to make provision for a child's education to pay over a lump sum, which is then used for the payment of College fees in future years.
By paying a lump sum in advance of a pupil's entry to Epsom College, it is possible to show a significant saving, depending on interest rates at the time of payment and the length of time before entry to the College. The enhancement on the lump sum is used to pay school fees, thus effectively earning a discount on the fees.
Payment in this way does not guarantee a place in the College.
The boarding environment at Epsom encourages pupils to live their lives to the full in as many spheres as possible, allowing individuality and independence to flourish.
All Boarding Houses have excellent facilities and benefit from a continuous process of refurbishment. They are designed to be homely and comfortable and also offer up-to-date facilities such as Wi-Fi, IT suites, games rooms, modern furniture and fitted kitchens.
For those who stay at weekends, a wide range of activities is provided, from themed dinner parties and theatre visits to trips to central London, which is only 30 minutes away by train.
Boarders have access to a well-staffed Medical Centre, which is staffed 24 hours a day by trained nurses. Doctors from a local practice hold surgeries at the College five mornings a week. Boarders also have access to a school counselling service and the College Chaplain.
Busy family lives and the increasing need for working parents to travel means that a boarding school, which provides a stable educational environment and a relaxed and friendly home from home, is invaluable. At Epsom, families can choose a boarding option that suits their lifestyle, with either full or weekly boarding available.
Scholarships & Bursaries:
A Scholarship is a major award for excellence in academic study, the arts or sport. An Exhibition is a minor award given to those who also demonstrate a high level of potential but who are not quite of scholarship standard. Boys and girls holding awards invariably go on to contribute much to school life throughout their time at the College and the school community holds them in high regard. For a lot of people, an award serves mainly as an acknowledgement of their achievements; for others, an award is a way to securing more important financial support via a Bursary.
Over recent years, Epsom College has reviewed the value of non-means-tested Scholarships and Awards, which can now be worth between £750 and £6,000 per year.